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I purchased set 70680 on the 02/02, and my first thought was how similar it was to set 70606, released the previous year. Both have a 'corner' of a monastary, with little training knick-knacks along the way.The first thing I want to address the minifigures. Those of you who were hoping the ugly masks looked better in person are sadly mistaken, for these masks look of a wierd size, reminiscient of a bird, and in my opinion a step down from those excellent lego ninjago movie masks. The printing is actually very well executed, but I found it was just not for me.The other elements of the set are well done, with the corner offering some interesting SNOT techniques that I wasn't expecting to find. The little robot person is quite oddlooking, but with such an interesting variet of parts, i.e. brown skeleton legs, its not too much of a lost to disassemble.Overall, this set is quite nice for a pocket money buy, but I would steer clear- it is not so amazing you should bag it ASAP.
On paper, this set seems like a fantastic one: for a measly $10, you receive two extraordinary minifigures, and a couple of small, yet still useful and great, builds. However, this set is very reminiscent of a set two years ago from the LEGO Ninjago movie, where you also got two minifigures and similar builds to this rendition. This set is so close to a 5star review, yet still far away simultaneously.
70680 Monastery Training is a great NINJAGO set to pick up. It has nice new pieces, great minifigures and makes a nice addition to any LEGO NINJAGO collection.